The complete version of shecco’s “World Guide to Transcritical CO2 Refrigeration,” including part 3 with new material, will be launched on July 16, and a free webinar sharing key findings from the guide will follow on July 23. Interested parties are invited to register online to find out more about key market trends and projections.
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Part 3 will look at industrial applications as well as future market trends, including barriers and drivers for the uptake of transcritical CO2 around the world. The online event will include presentations by the lead author – Ilana Koegelenberg, Market Development Manager at shecco – and the analyst responsible for the data collection, Zita Laumen, Market Analyst at shecco.
Part 1 of the Guide was published in May and highlights the history of CO2, its key characteristics, basic system descriptions, and includes a chapter on practical, real-life transcritical CO2 applications around the world.
Part 2, published in June, is based on a global industry survey as well as an in-depth data collection drive that engaged manufacturers around the world. It includes a policy update, articles on convenience store applications and more traditional commercial refrigeration uses, as well as case studies.
The webinar will highlight the guide’s most important findings, including market data on the number of installations, survey information, partner case studies, and trends in convenience stores, commercial installations and industrial applications. Projections for the transcritical CO2 refrigeration sector will also be shared.
As the use of transcritical CO2 refrigeration systems increases at a rapid rate around the world, it has become apparent that there is a great need for reliable information from a neutral source. As such, sheccoBase (the market intelligence division of shecco) has undertaken this market study with the hope that it will serve as a resource to help drive the accelerated uptake of this highly sustainable and energy efficient HVAC&R technology.